Introducing Chrome 34
Starting today, Chrome has officially updated to version 34. Chrome updates automatically but you can see changes in advance using our Beta or Canary versions. The update happens over a couple of days, so if you haven’t yet been updated, don’t worry, you will be soon. So, what’s in version 34?
Import supervised users onto new computers: It’s now easier to set up Chrome supervised users on multiple devices through our import option. When you import a supervised user, all their permissions will then be synced across devices. This improvement to supervised users is currently supported on Windows, Mac and Linux, and will be available on Chromebooks soon.
Here’s how to do it:
Click the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar and select Settings
In the Users section, click Add new user
Click Import an existing supervised user
Select the user you’d like to import from the list
Click Import supervised user
We’ve updated the Translate UI to provide a better experience for translation (or to opt out from translating content), so let us know what you think.
In Chrome 32, we updated the UI for Windows users but heard feedback that certain functionality was dearly missed. We’ve made changes; in Chrome 34 you will see a return of the arrow buttons to scrollbars, the ability to once again auto-hide the app shelf in Windows 8 mode, and more consistency in UI design of text boxes. Thank you for your patience as we worked on these.
If you have any questions or feedback, please let us know below.
The issue I had reported during beta still exists, about browser session spinning...pasting it here again:
Ran into an issue today with 34.0.1847.116
Created an issue:
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